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Maiden-core is a Linux kernel robotics API module, extensible in Erc. The Maiden Project also documents and develops the Maiden architecture for mobile robots, a set of (optional) designs and standards for robots using the Maiden-core API.
dxOS is a WebOS that provides a full-fledged desktop operating system in a web environment. dxOS includes tools and services for the developer to simplify the creation of portable web applications in cross-platform compatible ECMAScript.
Smart home thermostat with touch screen and home automation
BLibrestez Robotics Software Library Project
The Palacios VMM integrated with the Kitten Ligthweight Kernel. Palacios is a lightweight and modular VMM developed by Northwestern University and the University of New Mexico. Kitten is a Lightweight OS Kernel developed by Sandia National Labs.
FreeOS/1 is a Free, Open Source, FreeDOS based Free and Open Source Alternative OS, with open source Microsoft Windows compatibility using HXDOSExtender KernelEx,and ReactOS source code. FreeOS/1 will include new technologies and will be easy to use5 weekly downloads
The CodeTime platform covers every aspect of parallel software from authoring, through distribution, to run-time. Its goals are: high programmer productivity; write once, run high performance anywhere; and wide acceptance.
Open Hypervisor features hardware passthrough, security and a framework that allows the development of Virtual Software Appliances.
Gain visibility into your network behavior through continuos monitoring of network and servers, real-time tracking of configuration changes, analysing bandwidth bottlenecks, inspecting firewall logs, and thereby avert network disasters.Advertisement
libosdk stands for operating system development kit, which is simply a library containing low-level architecture dependent assembly procedures you can use to develop your own os without using assembly language or even know about it.